The mainstream media are busy repeating the same tired anti-Trump rhetoric and blowing everything the outsider candidate says out of proportion in their all-out effort to put Hillary Clinton back in the White House. The kindhearted billionaire has a long list of accomplishments and quiet charitable acts they could be sharing with voters, but that kind of talk doesn’t suit their liberal bias and pro-Hillary narrative.
The media should give the full picture of both candidates—the good, the bad, and, in Hillary’s case, the criminal. Since the liberal pundits won’t do their job, we have compiled a list of the top seven Donald Trump good deeds to help even out the coverage of the bold, generous, and, yes, blunt to the point of brutal honesty presidential candidate.
1 – Donald Trump kept the Harlem Hoops project alive after learning the man who ran the program was killed during September 11th. The program gives urban youths a safe place to play basketball while instilling a positive influence in their lives.
2 – When no commercial carrier was willing to fly a critically ill little boy from California to New York for medical treatment, Trump offered up his private jet to the family. The little boy’s medical care needs during the flight and space for necessary equipment were completely accommodated on Trump’s airplane.
3 – When Ed McMahon was losing his home, Donald Trump stepped in to save the property from going into foreclosure. Trump then allowed McMahon to go on living in his home.
4 – Donald Trump saved an ice skating rink in Central Park after the city planners in charge went grossly over budget and were not going to be able to open the rink for the Christmas season. Trump finished the project on his own dime and then operated the rink at his own expense for a year and donated all of the profits to charity.
5 – Trump partnered up with Mel Farr and offered the opportunity for urban Detroit artists to appear at Carnegie Hall. The young artists would never have had such an opportunity to showcase their work without Trump serving as their benefactor.
6 – Donald Trump broke the glass ceiling for women in the construction business. In 1980, he hired 33-year-old Barabara Res to head up a NYC skyscraper project as the site manager of the building.
7 – After learning about a Buffalo bus driver stopping to help a woman attempting to jump off a bridge and kill herself, he tracked down the hero who talked the woman down. Trump gave the man a $10,000 check as a show of gratitude for the act of human kindness he felt should serve as an example to us all.
Donald Trump is saving one of his most loving acts for last. On November 8, 2016, he will save the United States of America!